Tech news – February 22nd 2012 to February 28th 2012:
- From Twitter – (Huge Facebook just created an app store ecosystem where OS doesn’t matter) http://t.co/KSnZQfHK
- Steve Jobs was right: Dropbox is a feature, not a product | PandoDaily–
– Farhad ManjooI’ve always been a big fan and committed user of Dropbox. Over the last couple years the handy file-sync app has gotten me out of many scrapes—when I need to access six-month-old interview notes when I’m out of town, it’s always a thrill to find them in my Dropbox. Along with my sit/stand desk, my Livescribe pen, and my MacBook Air, Dropbox is one of the few genuinely delightful tools I use regularly, and I’m constantly recommending it to friends and family.
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- From Twitter – ( Navigator Utilities – Excel add-in for power users) http://t.co/oQTdTQ4O
- Flickr disables Pinterest pins on copyrighted images (exclusive) | VentureBeat–
As the third most popular source of content on digital pin-board site Pinterest, Flickr and its photographers are subject to frequent acts of copyright infringement. But a site-wide update to Flickr promises to better protect members and their copyrighted works.
- From Twitter – ShopLocket lets users embed and sell a product anywhere, no storefront required. http://t.co/RQuSHQuC
- BBC News – The myth of the eight-hour sleep–
Sleeping in one eight-hour chunk is a very recent phenomenon, and lying awake at night could be good for you, according to scientists and historians.
- From Twitter – US seeks to mine social media to predict future http://t.co/l9W5IzAi